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On the Table MYLC On the Table MYLC

TEENS PUT IT ALL "ON THE TABLE"

The Mayor's Youth Leadership Council hosted high school students from Akron and Summit county schools to discuss equity and social inclusion at a youth-led On the Table discussion on October 3rd.  The sometimes spirited conversation ended with a take-action plan to improve the problem.  Thanks to all who participated!

MYLC 2018 DollarWise Financial Literacy Check Presentation MYLC 2018 DollarWise Financial Literacy Check Presentation

MYLC Receives Teen Financial Literacy Grant

We are excited to announce that the Mayor’s Youth Leadership Council (MYLC), is the recipient of the U.S. Conference of Mayor’s DollarWise Innovative Financial Literacy grant. Since 2015, our teen members have accepted the challenge to lead high school students through lessons about budgeting, credit cards, and financial aid through their “Teens and Money” financial literacy workshops. CONGRATULATIONS!!

DOLLARWISE PRESS RELEASE

Meeting with High School Seniors Meeting with High School Seniors

The Mayor’s Youth Leadership Council (MYLC) provides youth in grades 9 through 12, a forum to become CHAMPIONS for change and a VOICE in city government!  Participants engage in civic, leadership and community service programs to develop leadership skills that inspire a commitment to community service and lifelong civic responsibility.  If you want to lead with PURPOSE, discover the POWER of service, and share your PERSPECTIVE on teen issues, then MYLC is for you.  Learn more at www.MYLCAkron.org 

Teen Town Hall Students Teen Town Hall Students

Mayor Horrigan is dedicated to providing teenagers with opportunities to become active partners in keeping the city of Akron a viable and safe place to live.He meets regularly with students throughout the year to hear concerns on issues affecting them and to discuss problem-solving ideas on how to keep Akron a welcoming city. In order to accomplish this goal, it is imperative that our young citizens understand how local government, law enforcement, and community organizations work with residents to reach this goal. 

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